Participate in STEM
DoD STEM supports a wide variety of activities including after-school programs, competitions, and internships for students and professional development and training for educators. Learn about upcoming STEM opportunities in your area or online.
Upcoming STEM Events & Deadlines
Mar 8, 2023Apr 3, 2023
Apr 15, 2023
Apr 15, 2023Apr 16, 2023
DoD STEM partners with organizations nationwide to offer resources for students, parents, educators, mentors, and more! From math clubs to robotics competitions, the Explore section has something for everyone interested in STEM.
Find DoD STEM & STEM Partners
DoD STEM partners offer a broad range of instructional aides, activities and events to make learning STEM fun and exciting.
Check out videos of DoD STEM professionals as they explore scientific and technical efforts at DoD laboratories nationwide.
What are you interested in?
Want to be a robotics engineer or a chemist? View different types of STEM careers.
Meet DoD STEM
STEM professionals and alumni who are making an impact through STEM.
Check Out the Latest Featured Happenings
“People are really excited to hear what other organizations within the DoD STEM community are doing and exchanging ideas. The more we collaborate in this space the more that our schools, teachers and students eventually benefit.”
Director, DoD STEM
Featured Blog Post
DoD STEM Technical Exchange Shines Spotlight on High-Quality STEM Education
More than 400 STEM professionals from education, government, and industry met in Washington, DC, February 23–24, 2023, at the DoD STEM Technical Exchange to share promising educational programs and activities that push STEM education to higher levels while expanding availability and access to groups traditionally underrepresented in STEM.
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About DoD STEM
DoD STEM supports hands-on learning opportunities, teacher enrichment, scholarships, internships and fellowships to inspire and cultivate a diverse pool of exceptional STEM talent. As the government’s largest employer of STEM professionals, the U.S. Department of Defense is committed to increasing the pipeline of candidates qualified for technical careers.